Gail offers practical experience and advice to clients who need help arranging their inheritance and estate planning affairs. She advises on Wills, probate, inheritance tax, Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection issues, acting as an attorney and deputy for clients when needed. She has particular experience in advising farming clients on succession planning and is also a member of the team advising elderly and vulnerable clients. Before qualifying as a solicitor Gail spent 20 years working for fine art valuers and auctioneer, having graduated from the Courtauld Institute London University in History of Art and Architecture.
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Chambers & Partners HNW Guide 2019
Gail Hall concentrates on wills, tax planning and trust and estate administration matters, and also provides succession planning advice to farming clients. Her practice includes assisting with Lasting Powers of Attorney and Court of Protection applications. “I’ve found Gail to be extremely professional, kind and compassionate,” states an interviewee.
Chambers & Partners HNW Guide 2018
Gail Hall is a well-regarded practitioner, who handles trust and estate administration, Lasting Powers of Attorney, wills and tax and succession planning. “Obviously she’s knowledgeable for a start, but she’s also a very good communicator,” reports an interviewee; “she tries to put things across in as simple a fashion as possible. If we’re in a meeting where technical issues come up, she is quite adept at explaining things in a way that everyone can understand.”
Legal 500 – 2017
Recommended Lawyer in Agriculture & Estates and Personal Tax, Trust & Probate